Ximena Chanel April 17, 2020 Coloring Pages Toddler
If there is an active stage in the growth of children, it is in when they are toddlers. At this age, some children will have a firm understanding of what is around them while others need something that reminds them of it. A book full of images is a sure way of keeping toddlers involved and an excellent teaching aid. If the images are plain sketches that need coloring, then the learning process is more fun and involving. You should ensure that the book holds simple coloring pages for toddlers.
There are educational dinosaur coloring pages to learn dinosaur facts or learn the alphabet. What color do you think a Triceratops was? What about Parasaurolophus? Paleontologists are still learning what color dinosaurs really were so you can make them whatever color you like!
On the contrary preschool teens that are exposed to such easy learning process that makes things interesting and easier for them to study, they develop better learning skills and enjoy learning throughout life. The alphabets in colorful and designed methods help provide information much quicker and easier to the children and enable them to relate or learn things easily.
Coloring pages are a wonderful way of allowing your child to express their ideas, opinions and perception through artistic and creative methods. You will be astounded when you see what amazingly beautiful masterpieces these puny little kids can create in the form of finished coloring pages.
Our favorites are a special collection of free dinosaur coloring pages by Paul Stickland, author of the great toddler book Dinosaur Roar! These dinosaurs are full of character and a big hit in our house. For young digital artists, online dino paint programs where you can paint prehistoric scenes are fantastic fun. Create a picture from the Jurassic era! This is a great activity for kids.
You can also use activities and games to teach toddlers their colors. A great activity to teach the color red is to create an orchard of red apples. Do this by cutting out apple shapes from red construction paper and laminate them. Place a small piece of Velcro on the back and place them on a bulletin board. Have the toddler "pick" the apples and place them into a red box or create. Reinforce to the child that they are picking Red Apples" as the child does the activity. As the child grows and learns more of their colors, you can mix in yellow and green apples as well. Use a red create, a yellow create and a green create and have the child place the corresponding apples into their color create. By repetition and reinforcing what the child is learning by talking to them, your toddler can easily learn their colors in order to prepare them for their future in education.
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